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felony classifications

A felony is any crime for which the punishment is one or more years in prison. Any other crime is a misdemeanor.

Wisconsin’s felony classifications are:

Class A felony
Class B felony
Class C felony
Class D felony
Class E felony
Class F felony
Class G felony
Class H felony
Class I felony

Class A Felony

For a Class A Felony, the penalty is a lifetime sentence. For a repeat offender, the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years, if he/she was previously convicted of one or more misdemeanors, and up to 6 years if he/she was previously convicted of a felony.

Class B Felony

For a Class B Felony, the penalty is imprisonment up to 60 years. For a repeat offender the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years if he/she has any prior misdemeanor convictions, and with a prior felony conviction up to 6 years .

Class C Felony

For a Class C Felony, the penalty is a fine of up to $100,000, or imprisonment of up to 40 years, or both. For a repeat offender, the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years if he/she has any prior misdemeanor convictions, and with a prior felony conviction up to 6 years.

Class D Felony

For a Class D Felony, the penalty is a fine of up to $100,000, or imprisonment of up to 25 years, or both; however, for a repeat offender, the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years with prior misdemeanor convictions, and up to 6 years with a prior felony conviction.

Class E Felony

For a Class E Felony, the penalty is a fine of up to $50,000, or imprisonment of up to 15 years, or both; however, for a repeat offender, the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years with prior misdemeanor convictions, and up to 6 years with a prior felony conviction.

Class F Felony

For a Class F Felony, the penalty is a fine of up to $25,000, or imprisonment of up to 12-1/2 years, or both; however, for a repeat offender, the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years with prior misdemeanor convictions, and up to 6 years with a prior felony conviction.

Class G Felony

For a Class G Felony, the penalty is a fine of up to $25,000, or imprisonment of up to 10 years, or both; however, for a repeat offender, the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years with prior misdemeanor convictions, and up to 6 years with a prior felony conviction.

Class H Felony

For a Class H Felony, the penalty is a fine of up to $10,000, or imprisonment of up to 6 years, or both; however, for a repeat offender, the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years with prior misdemeanor convictions, and up to 6 years with a prior felony conviction.

Class I Felony

For a Class I Felony, the penalty is a fine of up to $10,000, or imprisonment of up to 3-1/2 years, or both; however, for a repeat offender, the term of imprisonment may increase up to 2 years with prior misdemeanor convictions, and up to 6 years with a prior felony conviction.

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Felony offenses are very serious criminal accusations that can result in long prison terms and high fines. Contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

 
 
 
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